Michelle Baharier

The Covid Diaries

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Homemade PPE


During the pandemic, I had to make my own D.I.Y. PPE, as I was nursing my sick partner. Painted in the frantic moments of panic.


Original art print of acrylic painting by Michelle Baharier.


Art Print: 20x20cm


Original Acrylic Painting: 1mx1m


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To Wear or not to Wear


A print on paper by Michelle Baharier, exploring the heated contention regarding wearing masks during Covid.


Art Print - A3


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Missing Mondays


We all hated Mondays, but during the lockdowns even the most dreaded of days became missed by many.


The "Missing Mondays" Art Print is not only aesthetically pleasing but also thought-provoking. It invites the viewer to reflect on the beauty of new beginnings and the endless possibilities that each Monday holds.


This artwork is expertly printed on high-quality paper, ensuring its longevity and preserving its vibrant colors for years to come. It comes in a standard size, making it easy to find the perfect frame to display it in your home or office.



I also have an apron with the design of the this print available to order here.

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Missing Company


No touch, no affection and no company, this was the reality of the Lock downs during the pandemic for so many people.


Giclee art print of Painting by Michelle Baharier.


Size 16x20 inch / 41x51cm

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"Did you clap for the NHS?"


Painted as part of covid diaries collection this painting reflects the heart of the NHS pumping away to save the nation, as covid took hold. For me clapping was the only real interaction I had with other human beings during the first wave as my partner was in the hospital with Covid just before the first lockdown, this was a very emotional time for me. This vibrant deep red heart on a black background is a symbol of the British people’s love for the National health service created in 1948, which meant that everyone got to see a doctor.


I remember my Great Aunt who was disabled telling me her Mum had to pay half a crown, to see a doctor when she was a child. To me the NHS, for which I pay national insurance is not free, it’s a humanitarian tax we pay to ensure we and our families can get treatment if needed no matter what it is for. Having family in the USA, I have experienced the devastating effects of life without health care and it’s cruel, people die well before time.


Don’t let any government take the heart out of the UK, I love the NHS, did you clap?  


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